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PUBG Mobile releases a new patch update with multiple changes, Check details

PUBG Mobile releases a new patch update with multiple changes, Check details

PUBG Mobile 3.2 Update is currently live in the game. To improve the gameplay, PUBG Mobile pushes a new patch update with multiple changes.

PUBG Mobile 3.2 Update brings a brand new Mecha Fusion Themed Mode along with lot of new features. To provide a better gameplay experience, PUBG Mobile made some adjustments in the game. Check out the latest changes made after the release of new PUBG Mobile Patch update.

PUBG Mobile Mecha Fusion Updates:

  1. Significantly reduced mecha stomp damage, and made balance adjustments to mecha Health.
  2. Increased the distance from which the Strider and Armamech’s movements and jumps can be heard.
  3. Reduced the maximum effective range of the Levitron and Armamech’s “Magnetize” ability to 35 meters.
  4. Increased the Strider and Armamech’s missile reload time from 5 seconds to 6 seconds.
  5. Fixed a bug where mechas sometimes could not be heard from behind and in narrow spaces.
  6. Slightly reduced the quantity of Levitrons and Striders that spawn on the Mecha Fusion – Livik map.
  7. Improved the “Magnetize” ability to mitigate the disruptive behavior of some players: After breaking free from a teammate’s “Magnetize”, they cannot use it on you again for 2 minutes. It also can’t be used on you while using consumables, rescuing teammates, being rescued, or self-rescuing.

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PUBG Mobile 3.2 Update Download is now live for Android and iOS devices

Other Updates:

  1. Adjusted the point calculation for certain special quality items in the Collection System. Added dynamic effects to the “Grandmaster Collector” Title obtained at Collection Lv. 94.
  2. Fixed a bug where some upgraded items in the Collection System’s Themed tab incorrectly displayed their pre-upgraded point value instead.
  3. Other general improvements.

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